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Four acres +/-, located on Country Club Court in Johnson City, TN. Ideally situated with the Johnson City Country Club and golf course, adjacent to and parallel with the 16th fairway. Approved concept plan for a total of (30) Town Homes and also is the perfect location to develop patio homes for a military veteran retiree neighborhood. All utility infrastructure is ready available, power, water, city sewer and natural gas. Available, Good Neighbor covenant with the Johnson City Country Club. The oldest private Country Club in the state of Tennessee, Historic listed.
Attached documents to provide an overview of the City Commission approved concept plan. A flexible covenant with the Country Club is available to modify layout and design of structures and also permit an alternate access. A quality flagship, gated neighborhood development with the appropriate landscape and shared storm water retention lighted lake with aerators to enhance and showcase a beautiful water feature for added privacy and eliminate any barrier between a beautiful and well established golf course and the proposed, appropriate design and elegant multiple unit neighborhood, both trophy properties would simply flower together.
Johnson city area: Mountain Home VA Medical Center, East TENN State University, Milligan College, Northeast State Community College, Tri-Cities Regional Airport, Interstate Hwy I-26 and I-81, Bristol Motor Speedway, TVA Lakes, Fishing and Hunting, Cherokee National Forest, Pisgah National Forest, Roan Mountain State Park, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Gatlinburg and Dollywood.
Johnson City Country Club memberships offer, swimming pool, dining room, 18 hole golf course, indoor and outdoor tennis
This is a great development opportunity for a quality, upper class, limited unit neighborhood and right on the golf course.
Transitioning back to civilian life can sometimes be a challenge for active-duty members because the military is a close-knit community. With military veteran neighbors, it’s simple to establish an HOA without the petty stuff.
I am available for future discussion.